Have you thought about building a Facebook group?
Today’s Facebook groups offer a way to create ties with thousands of members.
In this article you’ll find four ways Facebook groups can help build stronger customer relationships.
Have you considered a smaller social network?
In this article, you’ll find 7 niche social networks built to serve specialized markets.
Why Niche Social Networks?
But you may find it useful to tap into a specialized network.
Use a niche social network to reach a narrowly targeted audience where strategic networking can help you connect with potential customers and business partners of all kinds.
A niche social network within your industry can work wonders to reach people of interest there.
You can also look for niche sites where people come together around one of the core values or interests of your business. It’s an easy way to find and connect with like-minded people for more strategic networking.
The easiest and fastest way to find these niche sites is likely to be a good old Google search. For example, see below:
Liz shares why businesses need a community to exist today and what you need to know to successfully build one to develop your business.
Be sure to check out the takeaways below after you watch the video.
In 2004, Steven Cox sat down with a fellow musician after a gig. Cox’s friend and his wife were expecting their first baby and hoping to buy a house. But as a musician and private instructor, he struggled with making ends meet.
“Playing music doesn’t necessarily pay all the bills, unless you have a really big contract or gig,” Cox says. “My friend was hanging flyers in drugstores and music stores but still not finding enough students.”
Cox, once a full-time musician, worked a day job in IT and management consulting at the time. When he suggested his friend go online to connect with aspiring musicians, the friend confessed, “I’m a musician. I don’t know anything about that.”
With that, Cox began orchestrating TakeLessons.com.